Pod Point’s London float to boost the electric car revolution 

Charging station maker Pod Point’s London float to boost the electric car revolution By Mark Shapland For The Daily Mail Published: 16:52 EDT, 11 October 2021 | Updated: 16:55 EDT, 11 October 2021 Investors will be given the chance to back the electric vehicle revolution after Pod Point announced plans to float in London. The … Read more

Bank of England’s chief economist warns of prolonged inflation spike 

Bank of England’s chief economist warns the ‘magnitude and duration’ of the UK’s inflation spike is ‘proving greater than expected’ amid fears of runaway price increases Bank of England’s new chief economist has issued an inflation warning to MPs Huw Pill said ‘magnitude and duration’ of spike is ‘proving greater than expected’ But Mr Pill … Read more

Energy crisis takes toll on struggling UK steel firms 

Energy crisis takes toll on struggling steel firms with power prices four times higher than average By Francesca Washtell For The Daily Mail Published: 17:02 EDT, 30 September 2021 | Updated: 17:30 EDT, 30 September 2021 Spiralling energy prices have plunged the steel industry deeper into crisis. Companies are battling to stay afloat as they … Read more

Italy’s papers brag that ‘Brexit Effect’ will mean Mancini’s men have huge support against England

Italian papers have not been shy to bring Brexit into the equation as they urge their long-unbeaten footballers and tennis star Matteo Berrettini to take one more step in London, winning Wimbledon and Euro 2020 to seal a momentous day for their nation. World number nine Berrettini faces a huge test to shock defending champion Novak … Read more

UK exports to European Union bounce back following Brexit slump

Exports to the European Union bounce back following slump in trade after Brexit By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 21:53 BST, 9 July 2021 | Updated: 22:06 BST, 9 July 2021 Exports to the European Union have bounced back following a slump in trade after Brexit. Britain sold £14.2billion of goods to the … Read more

Co-op to repay £15.5m Covid furlough support but will keep £66m business rates relief

Co-op vows to repay £15.5m furlough cash it received during lockdown as its annual profits more than double to £77m – but it won’t hand back £66m business rates relief Supermarket chain confirmed it will repay Government’s £15.5m for furlough But they confirmed they would hold onto £66m it secured in business rates relief News … Read more

TOWIE’s Tommy Mallet makes Forbes 30 under 30 rich list with £2.5m footwear brand

He left school due to school due to dyslexia with no qualifications and spent three years working as a carpenter. But reality TV star Tommy Mallet from The Only Way Is Essex has now made it onto a Forbes list of influential entrepreneurs after making millions of pounds through his successful footwear company, Mallet London. … Read more

Covid UK: AstraZeneca shares fall 1% after regulator says under-30s should not take vaccine

AstraZeneca‘s share price has slumped by one per cent after UK health chiefs said Britons under 30 should not take its vaccine. The British-Swedish pharmaceutical firm, based in Cambridge, suffered a blow to its jab this afternoon following mounting evidence linking it to rare blood clots. The company’s shares were trading at 7.110 points on Tuesday … Read more